This quarterly, published in 1978, discusses bells placed in three towers located in Rutland, Vermont. One of the buildings investigated was the former Catholic Church on Forest Street, the oldest church still standing in Rutland. It was found that this church did not have a bell tower and most likely never had a bell. After further investigation, it was discovered that most bells in the three towers studied were converted to electrical ringing. One bell, in the Grace Congregational Church, had been converted to a carillon. Most bells in Rutland County were forged in one of the foundries that had been in Troy, New York.